Tag Archives: New Braunfels wildflower photographer

Spring in My Neighborhood

A couple of weeks ago, I shared some photos I took last spring around Central Texas. I also have some photos to share from this spring! Just before the Shelter in Place was ordered, our family was already self-quarantining to be safe. We spent spring break puttering around the house not realizing we wouldn’t be...

(Last) Spring in the Hill Country

I know, I know… I make all these big promises about sharing more frequently then I don’t deliver. I haven’t finished redesigning my website either! I don’t know why, but posting has been difficult for me for nearly a year. It all started in March 2019 when I went on an Artist’s Date to shoot...

Neighborhood Bluebonnets

Every spring when the wildflowers start blooming, the photographer in me starts scouting locations. Even though I’m not in business, I’m always on the lookout for a beautiful patch of blooms. Lately, I haven’t been shooting much or blogging much (there is a reason), and for the last several years, I missed capturing any wildflowers...

Macro Mondays: All Natural

Monday, May 28th, 2018 This week’s theme for the Flickr Macro Monday group is “All Natural.” From this week’s instructions (from Steve Crawford): A couple weeks ago the theme was “plastic”. This week we will go a different direction. One definition of “natural” and the one we will use is “caused by nature; not made or caused by...

366 in 52 [2016] ~ Week Twenty

Anna was home sick again on Friday. We went to the doctor and she said Anna had a sinus infection and both ears had a LOT of fluid. Because of her anatomy, her microcephaly (small head circumference), and small nasal bridge, her Eustachian tubes are short so there is no where for the fluid to...


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